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Spike And Die: Why Products Created By Ad Agencies FailT. Boone Pickens Generates Billions in Value Creation through EnergyNet Neutrality Bus Shelter Ads Tell The FCC That The Internet Is WatchingWill Facebook’s New Card Tricks Magically Keep Users Entertained?Calamityware Commemorates The Time Flying Monkeys Attacked The Village On Fine ChinaInside Facebook’s New Grown-Up HackathonsHere’s How One iOS App Proves Microinteractions Are EverythingWant To Be More Creative? Sleep Like The Ancients DidAll Him: Start From The Top And Scroll Through The Life Of Drake With This Brand New Interactive SiteWhy Do Big Companies Do Hackathons?The Oatmeal’s $8 Million Moonshot: Ask Elon Musk, Via Cartoon, To Fund A Nikola Tesla MuseumLive Nation’s Russell Wallach on Selling OutGus Van Sant Directs Dramatic Spots For The Impossibly Sexy BMW i8Everything You Need To Know About Facebook’s New App AcceleratorTake A Look At The First Keyboard For Google Glass In This Twee-Tastic VideoUsing An Entire Country To Crowdsource Dangerous Traffic HotspotsThese Curbside Mini-Gardens Could Help Save New York City Billions of DollarsThe Cigarette Litter Menace: Is It Time To Ban Cigarette Butts?An App For Selling Access To A Street Parking Space You Do Not Own“Penny Dreadful” Comes To Life In Spooky Interactive Street DisplayMark Zuckerberg Is Officially An Old Loser, According To Mark ZuckerbergGeorge R.R. Martin’s Secret To Productive Writing: A DOS ComputerA Site That Tracks Your Carbon Footprint And Rewards You For Beating Your NeighborsPenn State Is Racing To Put A College-Kid-Designed Spacecraft On The MoonWomen Are More Lonely On Twitter, But Men Get More SympathyHow To Find Skilled Workers In The Gig EconomyA Radical Strategy For A Hotter, Scarcer World: Tell Customers To Use Less Of Your ProductThese Incredible Photos Show That It’s Possible To Carry Almost Anything On A BikeThe 10 Smartest Cities In The WorldThe New Playlist For More Productive Work: Video Game SoundtracksThe Most Creative People In Arts And Entertainment, 2014How To Negotiate Even If You Really, Really Hate ItHow To Spice Up Your PR When Your Business Isn’t Sexy5 Ways You Can Put All Your Numbers And Research To Good UseInside The Minds And Motivations Of The Most Connected PeopleIs A Truly Flexible Workplace Possible?5 Emotional Intelligence Tips We Can Learn From One Of America’s Wisest LeadersDilbert Creator Scott Adams On Why Big Goals Are For’s CEO Advice To Her Younger SelfChristy Turlington Shares Why She Became A Social EntrepreneurHow to Get Ahead At Your Creative Job–From A Guy Who Went From “Daily Show” Intern to Head WriterSamsung Puts Soccer Superstars Through Galaxy TrainingGoogle Tested The Safety Of Its Self-Driving Cars By Swarming Them With BikesThe Next Startup Frontier: Credit Card FraudThe Least Creative Thing Of The Day: This Ad Uses Malala Yousafzai To Sell MattressesMeet Fumo, The Silliest Possible Way To Fix Cigarette Littering“You Are What You Share” And As This Video Notes, It’s Really EmbarrassingWhy Google Is Being Forced To Delete Certain Search ResultsWhat’s Up With Apple’s iBeacon A Year After Introduction?R.I.P “Alien” Designer And Surrealist Artist H.R. GigerSegway Inventor Creates Revolutionary Mind-Controlled Prosthetic ArmThis Creepy Gchat Clone Lets You Take Secret Webcam Photos Of Your Chatting PartnerAntibacterial Fabrics Kill Dangerous Germs In A Matter Of MinutesSee Decades of Rap Drug References, VisualizedYour Facebook Status Updates Can Show If You’re DepressedCounter-Terrorism Software Could Prevent College Students From Dropping OutSee What Your City Will Look Like Under Six Feet of WaterThese Skateboards Are Made Out Of The Plastic Clogging Our OceansThe 100 Top Users Of Renewable EnergyHow The NSA Spies: A New TheoryThese Clothes Block Your Cell Phone So You’ll Pay Attention To Your FriendsThis Folding Electric Bike Tries To Include Any Feature Bike Commuters Might WantThis Tiny Device Fits On Your Keychain And Measures The Calories In Your DinnerThe Most Creative People In Tech, 2014How Facebook Is Making Us MiserableHow Scholastic Kept Its Relevance In A Digital WorldHow A Team With Diverse Skill Sets Makes Google X More ProductiveYour Brain Is Hardwired To Make You One Type Of Leader–Can You Overcome It?Twitter 101: How To Get More Clicks, Retweets, And ReachModCloth Founder’s Five Lessons To Her Younger SelfHow Skullcandy Is Turning Things Around Its Own WayWhat True Ambition Really Looks Like6 Things You Don’t Realize You Should Negotiate At WorkReal Talk: How The World’s Foremost Mashup Maestro, Girl Talk, Changed His TuneHow To Create A Potent Preview, From “Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes'” Trailer EditorCoca-Cola Used Vending Machines To Get Rival Milan Soccer Fans To ShareThis Search Engine For The Internet Of Things Promises To Make Data More Meaningful To PeopleHow Do You Solve A Problem Like Joe Mande? Advice For A Social Media ConundrumThis Instagram Account Is Documenting India’s Election In The Most Beautiful Way PossiblePinterest Is Now Testing Promoted Pins With Paid Advertisers like Old NavyTwitter Debuts A “Mute” Button For When You’re Too Afraid to Unfollow SomeoneIkea Promotes Animal Adoption By Advertising Homeless Dogs In Its ShowroomsThe Trailer For NBC’s “Constantine” Looks Like A Very Faithful Adaptation Of The Much-Beloved Comics SeriesPeak Selfie Achieved In Miami As New Guiness Record Is Set“Spurious Correlations” Shows the Ridiculous and Irrelevent Relationships Between EverythingThis Is What Happens When You Combine A Parrot Quadcopter With Oculus RiftThis Quantified Skateboarding Gadget Maps Your Moves In 3-DWatch Common Commercials Get Instantly Amazing With Some Creative EditingAn App To Diagnose Bipolar Mood Swings By How People Talk On The PhoneWatch 200 Whales Swim Around Hawaii Without Getting On A Boat3-D Printed Food That Melts In Your Mouth6 Lessons In Filmmaking From “The Double” Director Richard AyoadeWhy Mercedes Is Planning For A Future Of Suburbs, Not CitiesMyWebRoom Creates Virtual Spaces To Organize–And Shop In–Your Online WorldSquare Order Lets You Skip The Coffee Line By Ordering AheadAir Pollution Is Lowering The IQs–And Earning Potential–Of New York City ChildrenWhen In Doubt, Build It Yourself (And Open Source The Code)The Growing Fossil Fuel Divestment Movement Has Its Biggest Success At StanfordThis Bike Light Projects An Image Of A Bike, So Cars Know What’s ComingNescafe Turns Its Coffee Cap Into An Alarm ClockMesmerizing GIF Movie Posters Bring Life To Iconic ImagesWhat San Francisco Would Look Like If It Were As Dense As ManhattanWhat Happens When You Let Employees Vote On An Open Office?The States Where People Are The Most (And Least) Generous With Time And MoneyThe Most Creative People In Business 2014Goooal?Keeping up with the Most CreativeKing BachRoger Norris GordonTaylor SteeleJulia GreerAmanda PeytonIolanthe ChronisRebecca GoldmanKate OrffJoy HowardSangeeta BhatiaGeneviève DionJosé María Álvarez-PalleteTrent ReznorSiddhartha LalAriane DaguinDame Margaret BarbourJenji KohanRob KingIda SkivenesClaudia PerlichLe-Marie ThompsonMichele ClaptonTim and Karrie LeagueBoris SofmanAlan SchaafBob RichardsHugh EvansIzzie LererFred GelliJami CurlD’Wayne EdwardsMichael ComishMonica RogatiKelly SchoeffelKathryn HuntGrace HelbigAdam FleischmanStacy O’ConnorAnya FernaldCarl HartJehane NoujaimAndy DunnCatherine HokeNaveen TewariMichael Phillips MoskowitzMeredith PerryGerry GrafMa YansongMolly GuyTy Ahmad-TaylorLi NaDeena VarshavskayaDeborah LloydApril BloomfieldEmil MichaelVikram VoraChase AdamAnmol MadanLinda AveyJoel DudleyThor FridrikssonDan HardenCharmian GoochCamille GibsonFleury RoseJen McCabeGorden WagenerJennifer LeeAdam Schokora, Jimi Zhang, Leon Yan, and Taylor ShenRuth Gaviria and Linda OngScott HoweMax VentillaAnthony PerezNaval RavikantJerry SeinfeldHelp, I’ve been Growth-hacked!The Class of 2014The RecommenderThe Ugly Truth About Silicon Valley’s Diversity ProblemInfrastructure, Lost and FoundMariam NaficyMike WiLL Made ItTim KendallAnna Maria ChávezJames CarnesBilly ParishPalmer LuckeySarika Doshi, Pooja Badlani, and Sonal GuptaJorge OdónAmanda MusilliScott GoodsonSophia LindholmJamie MillerSean Rad and Justin MateenTheaster GatesMichael HeywardSallie KrawcheckAnna KendrickAnthony FoxxDesign team, DropboxRaj TalluriMario QueirozJill WilfertGur Kimchi and Daniel BuchmuellerPrincess Reema Bint Bandar Al-SaudWhy Amazon And Coca-Cola Have The Best Corporate ReputationsBeyond Traditional And Emotional Intelligence: The Secret Weapon Of Great InnovatorsHow Birchbox Used A Threat To Their Business As MotivationForget TGIF–Here Are Proven Ways To Be Glad It’s MondayThe Other Gender Income Gap–What Happens When Women (Finally) Earn MoreThe Freakonomics Authors’ New Approach To Creative, Productive ThinkingEtsy’s CEO On Bringing Out The Human Element In CommerceWhat Your Name Means To Your Chances Of Landing A JobDaydreaming–You Are Doing It Wrong. How To Make Your Fantasies More ProductiveBehind The Brand: Why Caterpillar Went From Conservative To Buzz-Building Content MarketingHow This Startup’s “Micro-School” Network Could Change The Way We Educate NowThese Smart Umbrellas Measure Rainfall Data For Meteorologists (And Send It Back To The Cloud)Plan G Helps A New Generation Of Young Philanthropists Measure Their ImpactFoursquare Is Freezing All Mayorships To Prepare For SwarmAccidentally Spend The Next Couple Hours Ranking Vine Videos With VineOffHow Highcharts Won the Enterprise Data Viz MarketBank of England Maintains Record Low Interest RateThe TSA’s Randomizer App Might Let You Keep Your Shoes On Next Time You Go Through Airport SecurityWhat Exactly Is Mozilla Asking The FCC To Do About Net Neutrality?How To Avoid The Curse Of Creative PerfectionismFinding The Soul Of Old Monsters In “Penny Dreadful”This Girl Can’t Cry About India’s Lack of Clean Water–But You MightISAORA: The Men’s Brand Building High-Tech Clothes For the FutureThe Top 5 Leadership Stories, May 5-10You Are Where You WorkThe Recommender: Rebecca Greenfield, Digital StalkerWhy Would Apple Buy Beats Electronics?This Nigerian College Student Built a Wind- And Solar-Powered Car From ScrapsKaplan And AARP Team Up To Help Baby Boomers Graduate To “Encore Careers”How Open Data Could Help Save The Day After A DisasterSan Francisco, A City Of Inequality, Is Building A New National Model For Public HousingSelfridges Distills Your Persona Into A Scent In Its Interactive Fragrance LabHere’s A Creative Reminder To Call Your Mom. Right Now.This New Online Service Can Scientifically Test Your Mother’s Day Gift IdeaHow Activists Fooled The Internet With These Convincing New Google Nest ProductsTalk About Range Anxiety: This All-Electric Plane Flies An Hour Per ChargeWatch What Happens When You Ask Models To Make Malaria SexyDNA Sanitizer Will Wipe Your Identity Off Everything You TouchThis House’s “Bioconcrete” Turns Every Drop Of Rain Into Drinking WaterThis Sleek Commuter Bike Has A Secret: You Hardly Have To PedalKyle Vucko Makes Stylish, Custom Suits For the 99 PercentThese Solar Roads Could Power The Entire CountryTo Get More Useful Feedback On Your Products, Watch And Learn How Path Does ItDownload This: Two Good Reads To Help You Find Meaning At WorkThe Warby Parker Book ClubSurprising Things You Never Considered About Your Company’s ReputationHow To Reclaim Thousands Of Wasted Hours Each YearWhy The Global Battle For Control Of The Internet Can’t Be Won5 Free Apps To Keep LearningInside The Company Building The Googleplex Of Marijuana Edibles3 Management Mistakes You Should Definitely AvoidHow To Deal When Employees Are Scattered Across The WorldWhy Confidence Is A Catch-22 For Women7 Leadership Lessons Tech CEOs Learned from Their MomsOn May 12, Fast Company’s 100 Most Creative People In Business Will Be RevealedMy Life Without A SmartphoneNo Dead Weight: “Neighbors” Director Nicholas Stoller On How to Direct a Modern ComedyGermans Protest Neo-Nazi Political Party On Facebook With A “Like Attack”Instapaper Will Now Let You Highlight Text To Save For LaterKatie Rae, Chairman of TechStars Boston and Managing Director Project 11, on Engineering SuccessWatch It: The Most Realistic Simulation Ever Of The Universe’s Last 13 Billion YearsHere’s How Much Editing Work (And How Little Time) Was Involved In SNL’s Epic Beyoncé SketchLyft Moves Into Uber Black’s Territory With Fancy Premium RidesIs Corporate Storytelling Replacing The News Business?Now You Too Can Treat Women Like Weird Prizes–With This Kanye And Future VideogameBox Scores General Electric As A ClientThis New NGO Bot Aims To Replace Missing Mothers In War-Torn CountriesGoogle, Netflix, And Others Sign Letter Opposing The FCC’s Internet Fast LaneHow This iPhone Hardware Engineer Stays In His Creative ZoneThe Inevitable Sequel To “Tiny Hamsters Eating Tiny Burritos” Has ArrivedPennzoil Platinum Projects Its Story Onto Vapor CloudsThe London Underground Has Its Own Internet Of ThingsWin A Free Ticket To O’Reilly Solid Conference, Happening May 21-22 In San FranciscoTesla Says It Will Break Ground On First “Gigafactory” Sites In JuneHow Anil Dash And Kevin McCoy Think They Can (Almost) Eradicate Fake Digital ArtBrazilian Teens Improve Their English By Chatting With Elderly AmericansMeet The WarkaWater, A Beautiful Way To Harvest Water From The AirYou Can Now Listen Later With Stitcher’s “Instapaper For Audio”A Health Clinic Inside A Shipping Container, So Doctors Can Move To Where People Are SickA Do-Gooding Diet Plan: Order Less Food, And This Restaurant Donates To A Food BankYour Future Healthy Home Will Have Plants Inside Its WallsThese Origami-Inspired Houses Pop Up In DisastersOpen Door Invites Brands To Help Improve Access To Education for Brazil’s Poorest CitizensThis Fully Renewable-Powered Island Is Using A Volcanic Crater To Charge Its BatteriesIs 3-D Printing Buildings As Good For The Environment As You Want It To Be?Stunning Photos Of Climbing Everest Will Help Raise Money For Embattled SherpasThese Couples Couldn’t Be Closer: They’re Vacuum Packed TogetherA Mother’s Day Gift With Meaning: Help Fund Medical Care For Moms In Developing CountriesBill Maher Is Going To Change Washington–By Getting Rid Of One Awful PoliticianHow To Find Your Company’s Sheryl SandbergShould I Quit My Job To Start My Own Business?The Delicate Art Of Managing Both Your Boss And Your EmployeesHow A Toddler Playing With An iPhone Led To An Education RevolutionThe Art Of The Counteroffer: When Does It Work?5 Classic Books That Have Inspired Innovative Thinking Throughout TimeHow To Write For Busy ReadersHow To Use 10 Psychological Theories To Persuade PeopleWhy You Should Care About LinkedIn’s Content Marketing Score